In Part One of our Article on Misrepresentation, we explained how a misrepresentation is an untrue statement of fact, or law, made by Party A to Party B, which ‘induces’ (is of real and substantial relevance in persuading) Party B to enter into a contract causing Party B to suffer a loss. We then proceeded…

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There can be a fine line between mere sales puff and a misrepresentation. The former simply being part of the general marketing pitch with the latter allowing for the Court to resolve a contractual relationship gone awry. In our Two-Part Article, we summarise what to look out for when considering if you have been at…

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